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Extinguishing the fire is complicated by the large area of ​​the facilityExtinguishing the fire is complicated by the large area of ​​the facility

MAGADAN- A large warehouse with trucks caught fire in Magadan. The damage could be over 15-20 million rubles.

According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation for the Magadan Region, the warehouse is located on the sixth kilometer of the main highway. The fire covered about 600 square meters of territory.

The fire has now been contained and is being extinguished. 15 units of equipment are involved in extinguishing, but the large area of ​​​​the object creates difficulties.

Zurab Kastoev, co-owner of the warehouse, told RIA Novosti that there were trucks in the warehouse Part of the equipment and spare parts were evacuated.“The equipment is there, for fifteen to twenty million cars. Cars are trucks. That’s all that was left of it, everything burned down, ”his words are quoted.

He clarified that after the repair, the equipment should have been sent to Chukotka.

Recall that on February 14, a warehouse of rubber products burned in Kazan . Firefighters managed to minimize the spread of fire, which allowed warehouse owners to reduce material losses.

Source: Fedpress

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